Thursday, November 4, 2010
Let's face it, we're not getting any younger. My skin reminds me of that daily. But just because age is against me doesn't mean I can't fight it. And fight it, I will.
Three things that I battle are very dry skin, face discoloration (not including the freckles), and droopy undereyes. Anything that helps these problem areas is most certainly welcome.
Dr. Nicholas Perricone, MD is a board certified clinical and research dermatologist. He approaches aging through diet, nutriceutical supplements, and his line of skin care products and cosmeceuticals. Perricone MD, the website where his products are sold, includes some of the best wrinkle creams. On the website and Dr. Perricone's blog, you will find useful information on aging, read a wrinkle cream review, and learn what products are needed to look younger longer.
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